With each passing year I hear this nut named Pat Robertson spew his contrived ramblings, that he claims are messages from God. And with each passing year the mess Robertson spews in the name of the Lord only gets more insane and he usually is WRONG. This means he is by definition a FALSE PROPHET. Prior to Jesus coming to earth in flesh, men who made even one false prophesy might be put to death. I’m not recommending that for Robertson, however I do feel people should turn a deaf ear towards him.
Let’s be honest here. We Conservatives really don’t like slamming a pastor that agrees with our political views, but it’s time we clean house while the Liberals have Congress. We should have done it sooner, but there’s no better time than the present. This man has misled masses and we should in part blame ourselves for not calling him on the carpet sooner. Now Pat Robertson has claimed that God told him that there will be mass killing in the United States in 2007, sometime after September, because of a terrorist attack.
Pat Robertson: God told me of ‘mass killing’ in 2007
Regardless of what happens after September of this year, Robertson has already proven himself to be a false prophet and so God’s hand is not on him. God is not speaking to him. Robertson says of his false prophesies:
“I have a relatively good track record,” he said. “Sometimes I miss.”
No Pat, you miss more than Shaquille O’Neal shooting free throws in his freshman year of college!
In 2005, Robertson predicted that Bush would have victory after victory in his second term. He said Social Security reform proposals would be approved and Bush would nominate conservative judges to federal courts.
Lawmakers confirmed Bush’s 2005 nominations of John Roberts and Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court. But the president’s Social Security initiative was stalled.
Lets not forget that efforts to defend marriage on the federal level failed again.
Here’s another one.
In May, Robertson said God told him that storms and possibly a tsunami were to crash into America’s coastline in 2006.
Even though the U.S. was not hit with a tsunami, Robertson on Tuesday cited last spring’s heavy rains and flooding in New England as partly fulfilling the prediction.
No Pat, rain in spring does not come close to a tsunami. A tsunami is a massive title wave resulting from an under sea earthquake or other mass movements in the ocean, not rain.
Hat tip to Hot Air.
Check out this video about Robertson’s shady charity.
Robertson had millions invested in gold in Liberia and when it was time for Charles Taylor to be ousted, Pat suddenly felt it was a bad idea for the Bush Administration to do so. He claimed the nation would “descend into chaos” and that Muslim radicals would take over. Instead they’ve got a new President and Islamists have not taken over. Liberia is a nation that has been fairly well pimped by folks looking to make an easy buck and Pat was doing the same in my opinion. Although he claims he was going to use the money for aid and evangelism. In keeping Taylor in power there would have been more continued chaos than there was in Taylor’s being removed.
Pat Robertson has proven himself to be a false prophet and for profit. Robertson better beware, because Jesus said:
Matthew 7:15-23 (New King James Version)
Pat Robertson plays on Conservatives the way Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton play on Blacks and Liberals. God is their ultimate judge, but I see these men claiming the Gospel and producing some terrible fruit.
I don’t claim to be a prophet who will tell you God just told me something new. But God told us all something in his Word, that is most applicable to Robertson and other false prophets.
Jeremiah 14:14 (New King James Version)
Jeremiah was a TRUE prophet of God, unlike Robertson.
Speaking of false prophets, I just had to include something about this nut.
This site has chronicled many other false prophecies of Benny Hinn.
Beware the false prophets!
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